Four Seasons (SOLD) | Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek

Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek

Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com
Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com
Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com
Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com
Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com
Four Seasons (SOLD) - Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek Mixed Media - abstract artwork Mixed Media - zentangle artwork Abstract Artwork by Nancy Chovancek - 123rf.com

Four Seasons (SOLD)

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Details: 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" square made of oak wood. A depth of 1" with a cradled aspect on 4 panels at about 3/8". Each panel represents the seasons using white card stock, natural elements, micron ink pen in either .1 or .005, and various paper assemblage.

Can be poised on a plate holder, or can be put on the wall. Sawtooth hardware installed and ready to hang.

Backstory: I've had this four-paneled piece of wood for a long time. I couldn't part with it because I knew at some point in the future, if I threw it away I would have an epiphany exactly one week later on how I can use that four-paneled piece of wood.

Grrr.

This wood used to be the home to four heavy, ceramic coasters. I hated the fact that you couldn't just use your fingers to get one of those suckers out of their cradled little home. You needed a knife, pen, crowbar, nail file...whatever was thin enough within reach, and/or arsenal we schlep around in our bags of ours, to get the damn coaster out of it's cradled position.

Screw that.

So I kept the darn thing for about six years. Yep. And, I don't categorize myself as a hoarder.

(But then again, none of us categorize ourselves as hoarders because we're all in denial).